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Omoguru Reader

There are several apps available to help individuals with dyslexia.  If you’re looking for an app to help make reading easier, check out Omoguru Reader.  Omoguru makes text more readable with a “visually comfortable font family designed to improve letter detection and recognition of word shapes.” What’s the secret?  According to the app’s description: “Visually […]

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Skyle Turns Your iPad Into an EyePad

Meet Skyle for iPad Pro — a world-first eye tracker that allows you to control an iPad completely with your eyes! Skyle has been specifically created to utilize the power of the iPad Pro, turning it into an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) device that can be controlled completely with your eyes. This tool offers […]

Summarize articles with SMMRY

Reading articles and other online texts can be challenging for individuals with dyslexia or other learning disorders.  If you’re looking for a free online resource to help summarize articles, check out SMMRY.  SMMRY (pronounced SUMMARY) was developed to summarize articles. According to its description on its website: “SMMRY’s mission is to provide an efficient manner […]

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EndeavorRx – Video game treatment for ADHD

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that, as of 2016, 6.1 million children (ages 2-17 years) have been diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).  There are many treatment options available including medications and behavior therapy.  Now there is an all-new option unlike any ADHD treatment option: introducing EndeavorRx! EndeavorRx is the “first-and-only FDA-cleared treatment” […]

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Power of 9 App

If you’re looking for a math app to help your child or student learn and practice the properties of the number 9, check out the Power of 9.  According to the App Store’s description, the Power of 9 is an app that is “a math improvement system.”  It teaches many interesting properties around this specific […]


Visual Learning through Vizzle

The visual, interactive learning platform, Vizzle, came from the cream of the crop. Created in collaboration with special education experts at the Monarch Center for Autism as well as researchers from Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, it’s a top-of-the-line tool from the best in the field of inclusive education. With game-like user profiles […]